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September 27, 2012

If more undergraduate applicants are to feel confident that they will get value for money ("No one is escaping the mire", Leader, 20 September), universities should provide more detailed information both on course delivery (eg, the size and frequency of tutorial classes in Year 1) and outcomes (graduate destinations). One UK university, Surrey, has done the latter for every subject cohort for many years: its inclusion of the number "unknown" or "unemployed" adds credibility to its First Destinations survey.

Philip Rogerson, Director of higher education and careers, Sherborne School

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